Iran’s Minister of Industries, Mines and Trade, Mohammad-Reza Nematzadeh, said on Wednesday that Iran is determined to expand economic relations with member states of the Economic Cooperation Organization.
According to IRNA, speaking in a meeting with the ECO Secretary General, Shamil Aleskerov on the sidelines of the National Seminar of Non-Oil Exports, Nematzadeh said new facilities have been provided for expansion of economic cooperation with the ECO member states.
He said the Islamic Republic of Iran wants to improve its economic status and raise Iranian share in the world markets.
He said that the Islamic Republic of Iran gears up for keeping the economic relations abreast with the excellent political relations with the ECO member states.
The ECO Secretary General, Shamil Aleskerov, said for his part that the ECO has made planning for e-commerce among its member states.
Aleskerov said that e-commerce will be cost-effective enabling the ECO member states to gain good share in the global markets by offering competitive prices for their products.
The Seminar of Trade opened concurrent with the National Seminar of Iran Non-Oil Exports in city of Tabriz.